Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of California and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Topic: University of Texas Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=QqBDAAAAIAAJ&oe=UTF-8
"I'm teaching a course at the university of Texas, where I've been inviting -- well -- gaming luminaries to talk to me for three hours, from the perspective of, 'Hey -- I've known you for 20 years, don't try to con me and let's talk about the stuff that typically doesn't get talked about.' It's part of an oral history project -- because we are all still alive. Well, not all of us -- Dani Bunten's gone and a couple of others. But we're getting to the point where the pioneers are not going... Topics: video game, interview, university of texas
November 9, 2016 around 5 pm. Rally started at the University of Texas at Austin tower and continued towards the capitol building. Earlier in the day, this same group marched through downtown Austin to the South Congress bridge. Topics: elections 2016, trump protests, austin, texas, university of texas, trump, austin, university of...
University of Texas students Stephanie Matyas, Alex Breckel and Andrew Tabije discussed their renewable energy study abroad in Sweden and their project on MASDAR, the carbon free city under construction in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. The UT students also worked with 24 international students on a Renewable Energy project for Vattenfall Energy utilizing thermal energy storage to solve the district heating demand of Uppsala, Sweden. Topics: Energy Education, University of Texas, Green Energy, MASDAR, Sweden Studies
Coach Mack Brown discussing the impact of the media coverage on his team and the steps he takes to project the right image of the UT Football program. Topics: University of Texas, Longhorns, Football, Mack Brown, Vmag, video magazine
Author, psychologist and professor, Sam Gosling talks about impression formation, email tone and other 'stuff.' Topics: Psychologist, Tone, Email, Impression formation, Sam Gosling, University of Texas
byLyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas at Austin
Small DOS Based Application that allows anyone to play with the then-current Texas State Budget. Prepared by Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas at Austin Topics: government, state budget, texas, bill hobby, University of Texas, Austin
Issues for Your Tissues episode from March 5, 2008 with guest Carol Petrucci of the University fo Texas Center for Women's and Gender studies. Topics: Center for women's and gender studies, university of texas
A collection of university administration web sites at the University of Texas at San Antonio. Topics: University of Texas at San Antonio--History., University of Texas at San Antonio--Web sites., San...
byJohn Hoffner, Producer with co-hosts Stacy Guidry and Reed Sternberg
America Recycles Day with Guests Sarah Richards, Executive Director for the Colorado River Alliance Emily Mixon, Director of UT’s Campus Environmental Center Sarah Richards, Executive Director for the Colorado River Alliance . She is committed to securing the vitality of the Texas Colorado River. Previous professional experiences from the non-profit and government sectors reflect her diverse passions and range from program and volunteer management to education and classroom... Topics: Recycling, America Recycles Day, University of Texas, Sustainability, Colorado River Alliance
The Supreme Court hears oral argument in "Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin", on whether race should be a factor in the undergraduate admissions process Topics: Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin Oral Argument Audio, Television Program Source: Comcast Cable
Texas Longhorns Offensive Coordinator Greg Davis and star quarterback Vince Young discuss the importance of the development and implementation of plays for the success of the football team. Topics: texas, longhorns, football, vince young, mack brown, greg davis, plays, university of Texas, UT
byJohn Hoffner, Producer with Co-hosts Stacy Guidry, Reed Sternberg and Amy Stansbury
University of Texas Architecture School Participates in the Solar Decathlon Our guests on Shades of Green were: Charles Upshaw and Ryan McKeeman, student team leaders for the University of Texas Architecture Department's participation in the national Solar Decathlon . The Solar Decathlon Competition In the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon, collegiate teams design and build energy-efficient houses powered by the sun. These teams spend almost two years creating houses to... Topics: Solar Decathlon, solar homes, sustainability, University of Texas, Health living, net zero homes
byJohn Hoffner, Producer, Co-hosts Reed Sternberg and Stacy Guidry
Solar cars designed and built by university students from all over the country raced on the new F1 track in Austin on June 27, 28 and 29th. The first time cars running on purely sustainable fuel “the sun” raced on the track. The University of Texas at Austin competed in the races with its solar car built by students. We talked with Professor Gary Hallock and several of his students that were part of the solar car team. Topics: Solar Cars, Solar Car Challenge, University of Texas Solar Car, F1 Track in Austin, Sustainable...
Texas Longhorns football take on the Colorado Buffaloes to continue their winning season and journey to the Rose Bowl. Topics: Texas, Longhorns, football, Mack Brown, Vince Young, Football, Colorado, Buffaloes, University of...